Ron Hornaday became the oldest champion in NASCAR’s top-three series. Are those efforts enough to make him a “lock” for the NASCAR Hall of Fame?
His stats are good enough, but Mark Martin could not muster enough strength to mount a challenge to Jimmie Johnson in Phoenix.
Jimmie Johnson’s crew got their driver off pit road first on the final pit stop. Once the No. 48 car had clean air on its snout, it was unstoppable at Phoenix.
In his 25th year in Sprint Cup, Rick Hendrick hasn’t just reached the peak of his sport… he’s carving a new mountain upon which all others must climb.
Sure, I called him to win this week, but hey, I was close! Jeff Burton finished a solid and hard-raced second at Phoenix, his best run of the year.
When it comes to the ramblings of Brian France, even the makers of Rosetta Stone would throw up their hands and declare it some sort of “Crackerbonics.”
The Dickies 500 at Texas Motor Speedway this past weekend in some way served as a microcosm for the entire 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Kyle Busch ran out of gas, handing the lead to brother Kurt Busch, who used extraordinary mileage to score his second win of the season at Texas.
Did You Notice? The out-and-out rebellion going on in every aspect of NASCAR right now?
I was appalled by the lack of racing and then carnage at the end of what purported to be a NASCAR race, but was a glorified 2.66-mile game of Scalextric.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the AMP Energy 500 at Talladega Superspeedway.
Racing at Talladega has often been called a “parade” by fans who don’t like restrictor plates, but this week actually looked like a parade.